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After Writing

Catherine Pickstock

After Writing

Catherine Pickstock

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Provides a significant contribution to the growing genre of works offering a challenge to the modern and post-modern accounts of Christianity. Author Catherine Pickstock references Platonic philosophy and provides an important rethinking of Christian understandings of language, temporal and bodily life, and notions of the presence of God.

- Publisher Highly recommended." Fergus Kerr, Blackfriars, Edinburgh "After Writing establishes Catherine Pickstock as one of the most promising young theologians in the English-speaking world. The book is insightful, provocative, and of consistently high scholarly quality." L. Gregory Jones, Duke University "I applaud the thesis of this impressive work." Paul Avis, Center for the study of the Christian Church Exeter "One could in conscience recommended this volume only to the ambitious and determined, but they will find it rich, and Pickstock is a name to be watching for." William C. Placher, Christian Century "Catherine Pickstock, has perhaps written the best riposte yet to the archbishop's request for a 'spiritual space' within the Millennium Dome." C. W. Kemp "Pickstock's discussion of Derrida is sophisticated." Bryan D. Spinks, Yale University "Lightning may now be said to have struck in the form of Catherine Pickstock's After Writing, a bright flash in the sometimes murky world of religion and Postmodernism." David Williams, Religion & Literature "its theses are destined to be the subject of much discussion." Tracey Rowland, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge "Her argument deserves to be widely discussed: it is genuine theology, an example of what might be done were Christian theologians to abandon idolatry and take seriously the reality of the triune God to whom their work is supposed to be subject." Paul Griffiths, University of Chicago "The proposal of a radical self-surpassing giftedness in the eucharist invites the possibility of future conversations with other hermeneutical positions." David Livingston, Mercyhurst College "This a book of real originality, and in its finest moments it achieves an almost visionary intensity ... She is extraordinarily gifted, and I suspect that in this book we have merely glimpsed her portent." Pro Ecclesia

- Publisher "After Writing" provides a significant contribution to the growing genre of works which offers a challenge to modern and postmodern accounts of Christianity.

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About "After Writing"

Provides a significant contribution to the growing genre of works offering a challenge to the modern and post-modern accounts of Christianity. Author Catherine Pickstock references Platonic philosophy and provides an important rethinking of Christian understandings of language, temporal and bodily life, and notions of the presence of God.
- Publisher

Highly recommended." Fergus Kerr, Blackfriars, Edinburgh "After Writing establishes Catherine Pickstock as one of the most promising young theologians in the English-speaking world. The book is insightful, provocative, and of consistently high scholarly quality." L. Gregory Jones, Duke University "I applaud the thesis of this impressive work." Paul Avis, Center for the study of the Christian Church Exeter "One could in conscience recommended this volume only to the ambitious and determined, but they will find it rich, and Pickstock is a name to be watching for." William C. Placher, Christian Century "Catherine Pickstock, has perhaps written the best riposte yet to the archbishop's request for a 'spiritual space' within the Millennium Dome." C. W. Kemp "Pickstock's discussion of Derrida is sophisticated." Bryan D. Spinks, Yale University "Lightning may now be said to have struck in the form of Catherine Pickstock's After Writing, a bright flash in the sometimes murky world of religion and Postmodernism." David Williams, Religion & Literature "its theses are destined to be the subject of much discussion." Tracey Rowland, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge "Her argument deserves to be widely discussed: it is genuine theology, an example of what might be done were Christian theologians to abandon idolatry and take seriously the reality of the triune God to whom their work is supposed to be subject." Paul Griffiths, University of Chicago "The proposal of a radical self-surpassing giftedness in the eucharist invites the possibility of future conversations with other hermeneutical positions." David Livingston, Mercyhurst College "This a book of real originality, and in its finest moments it achieves an almost visionary intensity ... She is extraordinarily gifted, and I suspect that in this book we have merely glimpsed her portent." Pro Ecclesia
- Publisher

"After Writing" provides a significant contribution to the growing genre of works which offers a challenge to modern and postmodern accounts of Christianity.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Catherine Pickstock

Catherine Pickstock is a Research Fellow at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Table Of Contents

  • Part 1 The Polity Of Death: Socrates Goes Outside The City - Writing And
  • Exteriority
  • Spatialization - The Middle Of Modernity
  • Signs Of Death
  • Transition - "can My Eating Slake Your Hunger" - The Evacuation Of
  • Liturgy. Part 2 The Sacred Polis: I Will Go Unto The Altar Of God - The
  • Impossible Liturgy
  • Seraphic Voices - The Space Of Doxology
  • The Resurrection Of The Sign.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 165215
  • Product Code 0631206728
  • EAN 9780631206729
  • Pages 312
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Confessions & Creeds
  • Publisher Blackwell Publishing
  • Publication Date Nov 1997
  • Dimensions 230 x 155 x 15 mm
  • Weight 0.465kg

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